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Topic - Alameda Ta'Amu
The Arizona Cardinals have hired two-time Olympic gold medalist Roger Kingdom as assistant strength and conditioning coach.
Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Alameda Ta'amu was sentenced Thursday to 18 months of probation after pleading guilty to reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and drunken driving stemming from a series of crashes and a police chase last fall.
A Pittsburgh Steelers rookie defensive lineman was arrested early Sunday on charges of leading police on a chase while driving drunk and crashing into parked cars, injuring a woman, authorities said.
Washington defensive tackle Alameda Ta'amu smiled when asked about Nebraska, so much so his mouth guard with the words "big daddy" on it showed.
"Everybody always says that that game, the Holiday Bowl, they weren't ready," Ta'amu said. "But I feel that everybody's ready, especially in a bowl game. But this game is a game for us as a team to prove that we're going to continue where we left off last year."
"They embarrassed us in front of our fans," Ta'amu said. "I want to do the same to them, hopefully. We'll see."